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NO POWER TO FLOPPY OR CD ROM NOTHING FROM THE GRAPHIC CARD

IS A PROBLEM WITH POWER SUPPLY, ALL FANS COME ON.

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  • Anonymous Jun 11, 2008

    HI THERE, PROBLEM WITH MY 1750 SERVER, no power to cd or floppy or hard drive(scsi) all these item are connected to the scsi backplane board connector.The fans are ok, when i switch the server on the fans comes on they seem loud but after about 22sec the speed cut down,and the blue light switch to amber(flashing) the power supply has three(3) indicator- 2 green 1 red, the red one does not come on, i took the memory out same problem
    cpu same problem, took one power supply out switch them arround try one
    at a time same thing i even took the scsi backplane board out same thing, they are nine(9) indicator, three for each drive on the, scsi backplane board
    connector none comes on,no post nothing on the monitor, no signal to key
    board but on the mother board all the indictor lights come on,nothing gets
    hot on the mother board no smell power supply not overheating.(CONFUSED)

  • Graham Waddilove
    Graham Waddilove Aug 09, 2008

    I am having trouble/issues getting any sort of boot (to BIOS) or picture on the monitor.
    When I switch it on it starts but without any error indications or beeps but does not startup the monitor from sleep mode, I have tried several monitors, leads, etc to no avail.
    I have tried re-seating the memory and putting in only 2 sets at a time to see if it was/is a memory issue but to no avail.
    Thinking I was a bit silly for not plugging 2 power leads in (seeing as there was only 1 PSU) I tried doing so; I have also tried swapping the PSU from one place to the other; slot PSU1 to slot PSU2, still same. The indicators on the PSU shows 2 greens NO red.
    On switching the Server on the fans start (I'll say FULL speed) then after about +/-10/15 secs slowed down to (I'll say half speed) and the amber light starts flashing. (great but what is the error?)
    The HDD(s), FDD, CDD and the Keyboard indicator lights do not flash on as they normally would during a boot, I do not get to a BIOS setup screen, as the monitor does not start. (see above)
    It does this every start. To get it to start "Full Speed" again I have to remove power then re-apply.
    I am new to this and any help would be great as this issue is driving me crazy.

  • Graham Waddilove
    Graham Waddilove Aug 09, 2008

    I am having trouble/issues getting any sort of boot (to BIOS) or picture on the monitor.
    When I switch it on it starts but without any error indications or beeps but does not startup the monitor from sleep mode, I have tried several monitors, leads, etc to no avail.
    I have tried re-seating the memory and putting in only 2 sets at a time to see if it was/is a memory issue but to no avail.
    Thinking I was a bit silly for not plugging 2 power leads in (seeing as there was only 1 PSU) I tried doing so; I have also tried swapping the PSU from one place to the other; slot PSU1 to slot PSU2, still same. The indicators on the PSU shows 2 greens NO red.
    On switching the Server on the fans start (I'll say FULL speed) then after about +/-10/15 secs slowed down to (I'll say half speed) and the amber light starts flashing. (great but what is the error?)
    The HDD(s), FDD, CDD and the Keyboard indicator lights do not flash on as they normally would during a boot, I do not get to a BIOS setup screen, as the monitor does not start. (see above)
    It does this every start. To get it to start "Full Speed" again I have to remove power then re-apply.
    I am new to this and any help would be great as this issue is driving me crazy.

  • ODoyal May 11, 2010

    Could you be more specific about the problem?

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You need to list the problem in detail.
e.g. when you turn on , what do you see.
when does it stop.
do the lights come on
does the floppy or cd rom run
etc.,
without all these it is difficult to conclude on the possible malady.
it is same as going to the doctors and just sayint "I am unwell" and not providing what the problem is .

Good luck
David

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